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A mighty membrane that twists and turns through the gut is starting the new year with a new classification: the structure, called the mesentery, has been upgraded to an organ.
Researchers in Japan suggest there's a surprising neurological reason why people avert their gaze occasionally during conversation.
For hundreds of years, violins by Antonio Stradivari have been considered the best in the world, some fetching millions of dollars.
A team of scientists from the UK’s Queen Mary University of London have discovered the secret behind what makes reindeer antlers so tough.
Animal rights activists have unleashed their anger at Texas A&M University, where they say a professor’s experiments on golden retrievers amount to animal cruelty.
A bound copy of Sir Isaac Newton's seminal book on mathematics and science was sold for $3.7 million, making it the most expensive printed scientific book ever sold at auction.
Silence is golden, the saying goes. But so, evidently, was the Danish astronomer Tycho Brahe.
Buzz Aldrin is best known for being the second man to walk on the moon.